Logan Sargeant will get behind the wheel of the Williams FW44 for the third time this season in second observe for the 2022 Sao Paulo Grand Prix.
Sargeant – who is about to race for Williams in 2023 if he can safe sufficient Tremendous Licence factors – took half in FP1 in Austin and Mexico Metropolis and can also be set to take the wheel in first observe in Abu Dhabi, in addition to within the post-season Younger Driver Check. The American driver will bolster his expertise by taking up Alex Albon’s automotive for FP2 in Brazil.
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“I’m trying ahead to getting again within the FW44 for FP2 in Sao Paulo,” he mentioned. “I can’t wait to maintain progressing with the workforce and constructing on the expertise I gained in Austin and Mexico Metropolis.
“To be given the chance to drive at such an iconic monitor like Interlagos with its banked corners and the Senna S is a good feeling. A large thanks as soon as once more to everybody at Williams for giving me one other probability to get behind the wheel.”
Williams’ Head of Car Efficiency Dave Robson mentioned it will be “uncommon” for Sargeant to step in for a observe session as Brazil hosts a Dash occasion, that means FP1 and qualifying are on Friday whereas FP2 and the Dash are on Saturday, with no FP3 session.
“Logan Sargeant continues his run of FP classes within the FW44 and this weekend will drive Alex’s automotive throughout FP2. That is uncommon for a Dash Occasion and is harder than ordinary as Alex’s automotive will likely be in Parc Ferme throughout FP2.
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“Nevertheless, the expertise that Logan will get is invaluable, and giving him one other alternative is an effective funding in his future.
“He did a wonderful job in Austin and Mexico Metropolis and we’re assured that he’ll achieve this once more regardless of the bizarre weekend format.”
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